updated 07:10 pm EDT, Tue June 5, 2007
Firefox extensions hole
In brief: An Indiana University doctoral candidate has discovered a vulnerability in many popular Firefox extensions, MyPublisher has released Bookmaker 2.1 for Mac while offering removable jackets for photo books, Take Control Books has released two new eBooks to help users solve TV problems, and LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling today launched its LightScribe Photography Kit. A new vulnerability has surfaced in many popular Firefox extensions which requires that other significant security holes exist on the network, but that under such circumstances could allow an attacker to run malicious code as the logged-in user.
Bookmaker 2.1, photo book covers
MyPublisher has released Bookmaker 2.1 (free), a book making tool that offers less expensive printing costs, according to the company. MyPublisher is also offering book jackets for both Classsic and Deluxe hardcover photo books for $5 and $9, respectively.
Take Control Books has released two new eBooks that offer advice for Mac users who want to get the most from watching TV titled "Take Control of Digital TV" and "Macworld Apple TV Superguide".... LightScribe has launched its LightScribe Photography Kit, a CD and DVD labeling package created specifically for professional photographers and photo enthusiasts.